top of page


Public·5 members

Wilcom 2006 Sp4 R2 Windows 7 X64


although the parallels and fusion virtualization products can be useful for some applications, for example, virtualbox allows you to install windows xp and windows server 2003, but it does not allow you to run photoshop or illustrator. the reason for this is that vmware, parallels and boot camp all have their own set of limitations: vmware is the less expensive solution (it's free, but you can use it to only install windows and it does not support mac applications), and you are going to have to pay a monthly or yearly fee to parallels and boot camp, the latter one, unfortunately, is only available as a professional version for $149 a year. i have tried the free versions of both vmware fusion and parallels and it was impossible for me to use them to run photoshop and illustrator, which are not supported by the free versions, so in my opinion, vmware is the best option for the "typical" user (who uses a mac).

although boot camp is a great option for mac users who are looking for a windows solution with the option of running many windows programs, unfortunately, it has some limitations, one of them being that boot camp cannot run applications that require a reboot, if you attempt to boot a windows application that does not work in boot camp, the system will automatically restart and you will have to start the program again, which is not that useful for me, and the installation of boot camp can be somewhat challenging, it requires you to re-arrange a lot of the hard disk's partition to make room for the windows partition, and even though it is possible to remove the windows partition (after booting your mac) and install windows to the mac partition, you will need to re-arrange the partitions and to re-install the boot loader, for both reasons i think that it's much better to choose boot camp's partitioning option, which is quite simple and quick and it can be done within a few minutes. 3d9ccd7d82


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...
bottom of page